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Kawamura Memorial DIC Museum of Art, Sakura

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4.4/5 based on 75 reviews on the web
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  • From Japan despite the small collection of the collection with the DIC (Dainippon ink) founder of clan look and beautiful Museum of blessed with natural garden. According to Léonard Fujita exhibition visited ten years Buri is a museum expansion, a spectacular exhibition. Permanent exhibits of Rembrandt, Picasso, Renoir, and honestly, no big deal. Also to see how such small pieces, one each. Main attraction of the Kawamura Museum of art would be facing over works in a spacious and enjoying the work itself may be. And that has been well matched in Japan from even the appearance of a museum silo design wonderful gardens to visit this museum itself is fun. It's also the views from the restaurant facing the garden filled with charm. If you visited the Museum, visit restaurants, with local ingredients and French you can enjoy. Free shuttle bus is a mast for attention are located far away from either JR / Keisei Sakura station. With friendly staff, by mistake when was started about 20 years ago, but took more than 3,000 yen. It takes about 30 minutes by shuttle bus. Checked the bus schedule at HP before you go out, go out.
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  •  On Friday morning I went from the top. Museum of man is disgusting, so I went by going off the beaten path, but already a couple of customers were coming. But I could watch and not calm infinitely and Tokyo. Also the works of Rembrandt and Monet and Chagall collection and spend some quiet time with awesome as painting was. Nice garden, stroll and bask in the afterglow. I ordered lunch from 11 am sat in seats, but so was equipped with a restaurant, is open from 10 a.m. and from 11 a.m. lunch that was waiting outside the you come too, so it's good. Could early gardens from the restaurant, an elegant mood. It is recommended.
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  • Beautiful museum in great surroundings I visited the museum to check the Leonard Foujita exhibition which is impressive and beautifully curated The museum has some contemporary western art ( not huge ...  read more »
  • Museum of art and gardens are both beautiful and wonderful. 'S garden just before and it was free, but charges apply from 2015. Beautiful plants in each season, and would have to pay. Enjoy the Museum many times though. Other guided tours usually held no. 3 Saturday, interactive gallery "mite!" Other Museum features is not. Great talk, and everyone sat down in front of the number of works held equal. It is necessary to experience at least once.
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  • Permanent exhibition of works is quite wide. Broad appreciation if you want to recommend. Access is somewhat difficult is. Keisei bus runs Highway bus from Tokyo station, and used it even might be better. Stop the rekihaku home, returning by train from the station better.
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  • Excellent private-owned Museum. You can spend time relaxing in the vast garden.
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  • Has enhanced the collection of Impressionist paintings and American modern art. Personally I felt include Impressionist paintings and Rothko room. Good site, so not so much you can watch slowly. Away from the train station so access by train is a little homework is required, but private buses every 30 minutes between the station and the Museum of fine arts has a back and forth.
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  • Works by famous crab in the world, such as King David water lilies by Monet and Chagall's dream, Andy Warhol flowers!! ︎ garden is very beautiful.
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